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Eek-A-Mouse - Eek-A-Mouse At The Leadmill 1984 FLAC album


Performer: Eek-A-Mouse
Genre: Reggae
Title: Eek-A-Mouse At The Leadmill 1984
Released: 2015
Style: Dancehall, Dub
FLAC version ZIP size: 1148 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1467 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1339 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 143
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Recorded at The Leadmill, Sheffield May 1984 (exact date unknown). Band line-up uncertain, but since this gig was on the tour prior to recording a John Peel session 16-06-84 likely to be the same personnel: Eek-A-Mouse (Vocals) Jah Mullah - Noel Alphonso (Drums) Ronald Morris (Bass) Michael Ranglin (Keyboards) Ronald Butler (Lead Guitar) Cleon Douglas (Rhythm Guitar) Clifton Carnegie (Percussion). released March 13, 2015.

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Eek-A-Mouse (born Ripton Joseph Hylton, 19 November 1957) is a Jamaican reggae musician. He is one of the earliest artists to be described as a "singjay". Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Eek-A-Mouse began his music career when he was in college, releasing two roots reggae singles under his own name, which were produced by his mathematics tutor, Mr. Dehaney. These early works were influenced by the music of Pablo Moses.

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Eek-A-Mouse - Mouseketeer. Album style: deejay reggae, early dancehall Recorded: 1984 First released: 1984. Playlist: Queen Elizabeth. Star, Daily News Or Gleaner.

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Eek-a-Mouse is since 1979 the stage name for the Jamaican dancehall deejay artist, songwriter and music producer Ripton Hylton (⋆ 19 Nov 1957 in Kingston, Jamaica). He advanced the sub-genre singjaying, created by early toasters like Big Youth. Eek-A-Mouse had his most successful years 1979-1992.

Tracklist

1 Queen Elizabeth
2 Hire & Removal
3 Star, Daily News or Gleaner
4 Terrorist In The City
5 Some A Holla, Some A Bawl
6 Penni Walli
7 Ganja Smugglin'
8 Triple Love
9 School Boy - Medley
10 Hitler - Take Me To America
11 Wa-Do-Dem
12 Shouldn't Smoke Cigarette

Notes

Recorded at The Leadmill, Sheffield
May 1984 (exact date unknown)